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Ditch Tradition: Why You Should Elope!

Shooting elopements are my absolute fave and something I specialize in. Elopements are so fun, and so much less stress. So, did you just get engaged and are terribly overwhelmed by your to-do list? Are you looking for something that showcases your love and focuses on the relationship and not the party? Do you have a small budget? Or are you just looking to break tradition and do something totally different?

Either way, I’ve got all the reasons why you should break tradition and ELOPE! I asked one of my elopement brides, Vanessa, who recently eloped at the Grand Teton National Park in Jackson, to give some insight on her elopement and why they chose to do it the way they did.

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Elopement in Jackson Hole- Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park is one of the locations nearest to me where EVERYONE elopes. It’s a place where the mountains are beautiful, and the scenery is literally, drop dead gorgeous. Cue, this cutie couple.

So why elope? There isn’t all the added stress of planning and decorating with a place like this. You just show up, and boom, you’re surrounded by the immensely beautiful scenery and get stunning pictures. It’s the perfect way to put all the focus on your relationship and your love. It’s super simple, especially in Jackson Hole! You can stay in a cute Airbnb locally, and get ready together in a cabin.

Jackson Hole is stunning and the Grand Teton National Park is perfect for just that.

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This Spontaneous Hot Air Balloon Grand Teton National Park Proposal is the thing of dreams.

It is was a crisp summer morning the 4th of July, to be exact. We all got up at the crack of dawn to drive to the Tetons to see the hot air balloons blow up. These two had been dating for years now, and they were so giddy and excited to be around each other. We wandered from balloon to balloon, looking at the gorgeous sun rise above the mountains. As we were taking pictures, Treson got on one knee in front of a balloon, and proposed to Taylor.

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